This winter math activity game is perfect for math centers, game day, or inside recess! Students take turns rolling dice and moving game pieces on a 100 grid or a 120 grid. They count by 1’s, 5’s, and by 10’s as they navigate their grid.
This FREE Father’s Day Writing activity will be cherished by dads forever with your students’ honest, sweet feelings about their dads. Blanks are left for Dad, Father, Daddy, Grandpa, Grandfather, Papa, or whoever their father figure is for Father’s Day. Now with a FILLABLE pdf option!
This easy-to-make Christmas craft activity Santa’s pop-up living room is fun for all ages. Students love the way they can make Santa’s living room come to life with the pop-up images that they color, cut, and attach in their places!
These engaging seasonal graphs practice a variety of instructional strategies including basic pictographs, pie charts and bar graphing, tallies, counting, sorting, adding, subtracting, comparing and more!
It’s a Roll and Cover Christmas Math Game for addition practice, perfect for K-2. A color and black and white copy is included plus directions to play. Copy on sturdy paper and laminate for durability or insert into a plastic sleeve.
Your classroom will be colorful and adorable with these playful panda decorations. There are 500+ pages to use to decorate, organize and be ready for students. Many are editable in PowerPoint and PDF files!
This math Christmas art activity with symmetry is perfect for grades 1-3 and a great addition to any math center, early finishers, morning work, or holiday art activity. Students use the grid provided to draw the mirror half of the holiday image.
Directed Drawing is great for reinforcing spatial relations, fine motor skills, following directions, and is super fun! Use these winter directed drawing activities during December, January, February and the winter holidays.
Have your students build silly holiday sentences in a writing center by spinning the subject (who or what), the predicate (did what) and clauses (when or where) then write and share their silly sentences! Great for writing centers. Listen to them giggle when they build: Santa’s beard made a gingerbread house during a fire drill.
Use the Santa Puppet to help tell the cute puppet book story about Santa Claus delivering a present. Teach positional / directional words and following directions. Santa jumps into his sleigh, through the clouds, over the house top, down the chimney, and under the Christmas tree to deliver a present.